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60 Days In On A&E

March 24, 20169 min
A&E Network has granted a second season to “60 Days In,” the unprecedented original docu-series following innocent participants who enter the dangerous world of incarceration at the Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The announcement was made by Elaine Frontain Bryant, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming for A&E, days before the first season premiere. It will air Thursdays at 10PM/PT starting March 17th after its March 10th premiere. Season two of “60 Days In” will follow eight new participants and premiere later this year on A&E. “‘60 Days In’ is the perfect example of A&E’s unique brand of disruptive non-fiction storytelling that takes viewers outside of their comfort zone,” said Frontain Bryant. “As soon as footage from season one began to come in, we knew we had something special and we immediately ordered a second season. We hope viewers will share our passion for this groundbreaking series.” In order for Sheriff Jamey Noel and the Clark County Jail to re-

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